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Ancient Sumer

Rachel Minay
Authors:
Rachel Minay

Explore the greatest civilisations throughout history with this fascinating series.The Sumerians lived in the southern part of Mesopotamia from around 6,000 years ago. Find out how these fantastic farmers and incredible inventors created the world's first urban civilisation. Read about inventions, such as writing and the wheel, huge cities, ziggurats, tombs and treasure!Packed with fascinating information, the Explore! series inspires children's curiosity to find out more about the past. A great tool for readers age 8+ or teachers looking for books to support the new history curriculum.

Franklin Watts

Far From Home: Refugees and migrants fleeing war, persecution and poverty

Cath Senker
Authors:
Cath Senker
Wren & Rook

Great Fire of London Activity Book

Sally Jane Morgan, James Weston Lewis
Contributors:
Sally Jane Morgan, James Weston Lewis

Following on from the striking retelling of The Great Fire of London (9780750298209) by Emma Adams and James Weston Lewis, this activity book takes the story further with fiery facts, magnificent mazes and marvellous makes. Children can bake bread, find the fire engines, navigate the streets of London, make a water bucket out of paper, redesign the city, learn fire safety and much more in this packed book. Using favourite artwork from the original, and featuring beautiful brand-new illustrations, this book transports children back in time to learn what London life was like 350 years ago, and of the details surrounding the Great Fire. The perfect activity book to teach KS1 children about the curriculum topic, this book brings history to life with illuminating illustations, amazing activities and incredible information.

Franklin Watts

Shang Dynasty China

Tracey Kelly
Authors:
Tracey Kelly
Franklin Watts

Ancient Sumer

Tracey Kelly
Authors:
Tracey Kelly

Ancient Sumer looks at one of the most fascinating and advanced ancient civilisations. Through structures as imposing as a ziggurat or objects as simple as a stone seal, readers aged 9 and up gain a picture of who was whom in the ancient Middle East and how the civilisation in which they lived really worked.Perfect for Key Stage 2, each book in the Great Civilisations series approaches its subject through a scene-setting spread about Who/where were the... It then introduces the achievements of the chosen civilisation through 12 structures or objects, each of which illustrates a key aspect or theme. Writing, architecture, industry, warfare, transport and learning are all covered in the same simple, colourful and engaging way. Fact boxes and panels present incidental information and point the reader to the importance of parallel developments in other parts of the world.

Little, Brown Books for Young Readers

How To Make A Human Out Of Soup

Tracey Turner, Sally Kindberg
Contributors:
Tracey Turner, Sally Kindberg

* How did human beings evolve?* How did life on Earth begin?* What are fossils?* What are genes?* Why do creatures become extinct?Prepare to boggle your mind as we try to answer some of the most important and amazing questions ever asked. Bring a packed lunch, and don't forget your time machine because we'll be doing a fair bit of time-travelling. Some protective clothing might be a good idea too, to cope with all the exploding volcanoes and meteorites. We'll be examining green slime (for a few billion years), popping in on the dinosaurs, meeting some of the strangest animals that ever lived, and saying hello to some close relatives you never knew you had. Welcome to the story of human evolution!

Franklin Watts

The Maya

Tracey Kelly
Authors:
Tracey Kelly

Mayans looks at one of the most fascinating and advanced ancient civilisations. Through structures as imposing as a sacrificial pyramid or objects as beautiful and complex as the Mayan calendar, readers aged 9 and up gain a picture of who was whom in ancient central America and how the civilisation in which they lived really worked.Perfect for Key Stage 2, each book in Great Civilisations approaches its subject through a scene-setting spread Who/where were the... then introduces the achievements of the chosen civilisation through 12 structures or objects, each of which illustrates a key aspect or theme. Writing, architecture, industry, warfare, transport and learning are all covered in the same simple, colourful and engaging way. Fact boxes and panels present incidental information and point the reader to the importance of parallel developments in other parts of the world.

Wayland

Italy

Kelly Davis
Authors:
Kelly Davis

This title looks at Italy through a variety of themes such as location, landscape and climate, population and health, settlements, family life, religion and beliefs, education and learning, employment and economy, industry and trade, farming and food, transport and communications, leisure and tourism and environment and wildlife.Includes maps, statistics panels and simple graphs and charts; and a topic web showing links with this series to other subject areas.

Franklin Watts

Weapons and Warfare

Adrian Gilbert
Authors:
Adrian Gilbert

World War One offers a detailed look at one of the most disastrous wars in history. The series is packed with information, photographs and maps. Timelines and quotes put events in context and help to personalise them. Weapons and Warfare examines how the advances in early 20th-century technology allowed war to be waged on a previously unimaginable scale.

Franklin Watts

Deadly Snakes

Tracey Turner
Authors:
Tracey Turner
Franklin Watts

Beasts and Monsters

Tracey Turner
Authors:
Tracey Turner
Franklin Watts

A Day That Changed History: The Assassination of John F Kennedy

Tracey Kelly
Authors:
Tracey Kelly

Many people alive in 1963 can remember where they were on the day John F Kennedy was shot. It was a defining event similar to 9/11 or the death of Princess Diana in more recent times. A Day that Changed History: The Assassination of John F Kennedy is the story of John F Kennedy's life and death and its effect on both the USA and the wider world.

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The Anglo-Saxons in Britain

Moira Burretfield
Authors:
Moira Burretfield

Tracking Down the Anglo Saxons in Britain examines how the Anglo-Saxons affected Britain and looks at what evidence is available for us to see today. Fact-filled text and colourful photographs explain what life was like in Anglo-Saxon Britain, while 'Go Visit...' panels offer readers a chance to examine the clues for themselves. The books are perfect for readers aged 8+ who are studying the Anglo-Saxon era in Britain or the Battle of Hastings.It is part of a series of books, which take a look at archaeological, structural and museum evidence from around Britain, allowing readers to build up a picture of what life was like in key historical periods and showing how you can discover it for yourself by visiting sites around the country.

Franklin Watts

Extreme Sports

Tracey Turner
Authors:
Tracey Turner

Have you ever:Climbed Mount Everest?Been a skateboarding champion?Won a race at school sports day?If you answered NO to all of the above then this is the book for you! Scared of heights? Great! Feel green about extreme sports? Super! Inside you can read about lots of crazy stuff and how to survive - or avoid it. Love your inner wimp!Inside:Extreme Sports on Land - Bikes, Climbing, Speed Skiing (and Bobsleigh), Extreme Running and TriathlonExtreme Water Sports - Cliff Diving, Extreme Swimming, Extreme Boats, SurfingExtreme Sports in Mid-Air - Skydiving, Wingsuit Flying, BASE jumping, Bungee Jumping, Slacklining and HighliningThis title is published by Franklin Watts EDGE, which produces a range of books to get children reading with confidence. We believe this title will be of interest to readers aged 7+ and to older readers who struggle with reading.EDGE - for books kids can't put down.

Franklin Watts

The Victorians in Britain

Liz Gogerly
Authors:
Liz Gogerly

'The past is all around us, if we know where to look.' This series takes a look at archaeological, structural and museum evidence from around Britain, allowing readers to build up a picture of what life was like in key historical periods and how you can discover it for yourself by visiting sites around the country.

Franklin Watts

Jungle Survival

Tracey Turner
Authors:
Tracey Turner
Franklin Watts

World War II in Britain

Liz Gogerly
Authors:
Liz Gogerly

'The past is all around us, if we know where to look.' This series takes a look at archaeological, structural and museum evidence from around Britain, allowing readers to build up a picture of what life was like in key historical periods and how you can discover it for yourself by visiting sites around the country.

Franklin Watts

The Romans in Britain

Moira Butterfield
Authors:
Moira Butterfield

'The past is all around us, if we know where to look.' This series takes a look at archaeological, structural and museum evidence from around Britain, allowing readers to build up a picture of what life was like in key historical periods and how you can discover it for yourself by visiting sites around the country.

Franklin Watts

Killer Animals

Tracey Turner
Authors:
Tracey Turner

Have you ever:Wrestled a crocodile?Dived with great white sharks?Had a tarantula walk on your hand?If you answered NO to all of the above then this is the book for you!Are you a scaredy cat? Perfect! Feel frightened of animals? Woohoo! Inside you can read about loads of crazy stuff and how to survive - or avoid it.Love you inner wimp!Inside:Deadly Land Predators - Polar Bears, Lions, Tigers, Snakes, HippopotamusesUnder Water Killers - Sharks, Box Jellyfish, CrocodilesTiny Assassins - Mosquitos, Spiders, ScorpionsThis title is published by Franklin Watts EDGE, which produces a range of books to get children reading with confidence. We believe this title will be of interest to readers aged 7+ and to older readers who struggle with reading.EDGE - for books kids can't put down.

Franklin Watts

EDGE : The Wimp's Guide: The Supernatural

Tracey Turner
Authors:
Tracey Turner